Wednesday, March 23, 2011

0 Bridal Makeup Tips For Flawless Wedding Makeup Application

          Bridal Makeup Tips For Flawless Wedding Makeup Application
    Your wedding day will be one of the most important days of your life. You have spent many, many months planning every single detail. Often enough, many brides settle on their wedding day makeup, especially if they go the "do-it-yourself" route. They end up looking like they do on any given day or they end up making poor decisions on the choice of their products and the way they applied them.

This article has been written with every bride in mind. By educating yourself on many of the bridal beauty makeup basics, your wedding day look will be one that you'll remember and love forever.Now, first and foremost, BEFORE applying any eye makeup, make sure you applied powder to set your foundation and/or concealer (see PART 1 ). If you only used a moisturizer, tinted or not, pat with a little powder with a triangular wedged sponge. This way, you can avoid any potential shine in the eye area and prevent from any other eye makeup products from "caking" in the crease of your eye. Also, make sure you allowed your moisturizer to absorb in your skin before powdering.

Some makeup artists will use an eye primer before applying any eye makeup but I have never had any problems with using only powder. It's an extra step I usually don't incorporate in an already busy schedule. If you want however, complete peace of mind, use one. They do work well.
My ultimate bridal eye makeup beauty tip:

Try to stay away from any metallic, frost or creamy eyeshadows. These products are guaranteed to eventually "cake" in the crease of your eye. Instead, choose eye products that are more matte, pearl or of satin finish.

Applying eyeliner will definitely give you a stunning look. However, eyeliners that are too oily will tend to smear much easier. Throw in a hot summer day and a few tears and the chance of a smudge increases ten fold.

The solution-
Use a waterproof eyeliner pencil or a gel liner. These cake/gel liners have a better staying power.Also, to be sure your liner stays in place, consider using an eyeliner sealer. Most people have NEVER heard of this but these products DO exist. One of these particular brands is called Napoleon Perdis Cake Eyeliner, among others. The Eyeliner Sealer accompanies the liner to ensure it stays put on your eye. Sound like a sure, safe thing to me!

Once your eyeshadow and eyeliner are in place, be sure to apply a BLACK WATERPROOF MASCARA. Any bride who forgoes using waterproof mascara is asking for trouble. You will almost surely get some kind of a smear. Don't take the chance.

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